Monday, June 26, 2006

HAS THE FDA APPROVED MIXED DENTAL AMALGAM

Question: HAS THE FDA APPROVED MIXED DENTAL AMALGAM?

Answer: The simple answer is NO! What the FDA has done is to approve the two components that make up amalgam i.e, mercury and dental alloy, but have not seen fit to approve ''mixed amalgam,'' which is what is actually used as the filling material placed in your teeth. Yes, that is correct. Although charged by law to evaluate and classify every medical or dental device to be used on or in humans, the FDA has not evaluated or classified ''mixed amalgam'' the material used in 75-80% of all tooth restorations. To avoid classifying mixed amalgam, the FDA simply took the position that mixed amalgam was a ''reaction'' product manufactured by the dentist when he or she mixed the mercury with the alloy before placing it in your tooth.


Source: Bioprobe

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